The Alawite throne and the Moroccan people

Peoples in general, and those that possess a cultural and historical depth like the Moroccan people in particular, have a collective awareness that allows them to derive their conditions well, including their relationship with leaders and leaders. The country is civilized and humane, so these strong relations between the Moroccan people and their leadership continued, whether during the colonial period and the struggle for liberation, or the stage of construction and progress.

There is no doubt that His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s zeal to consolidate human rights and care for the Moroccan people since he ascended the throne has contributed to the consolidation of the firm relationship between the throne and the people, and the addition of a new Lebanon that reinforces the historical relationship that has existed in this area in recent decades, whether during the colonial period and the struggle for liberation, or The stage of construction and progress.

There is no doubt that this exceptional relationship is strongly and deeply reflected in the spirit of the “Green March”, which leads us – as researchers and specialists – to build an accurate understanding of the relationship between the throne and the Moroccan people . in one of his sermons, where the glow of Moroccan identity is strengthened and contributes to the deepening of loyalty and national belonging, and all this is reinforced by the throne’s interest in various aspects of the life of the Moroccan people, and where attention is paid become to the development of basic infrastructure in various regions of the sister kingdom, which confirms the close relationship between the strengthening of Geographical links between the different regions with advanced road networks, and between the promotion of development and the promotion of the economy, and the linking of it all to the equitable distribution of wealth in a clear strategic drive aimed at consolidating social justice and bridging any regional development gap, which His Majesty emphasized by saying: “The Morocco we want must be based on harmonious and integrated regions, on an equal footing, benefit from infrastructure and from large projects, which must bring benefit to all regions.” All this would the existing ties between the throne and the people.
This draws my attention to His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s interest in achieving a close balance between important issues and files, as His Majesty emphasizes “to achieve balanced and equitable development in all regions of the Kingdom.” In fact, the speeches from the throne delivered by His Majesty the King at national events revolve around the activation of reforms, the follow-up of development plans and projects, the motivation of the Moroccan elite and institutions for more work, and “the need to achieve results that positively affect the lives of citizens” by all officials performing their duties and performing their duties. Their role is to ensure the effective implementation of decisions and plans, and what His Majesty in his address to parliamentarians called “positive competition” to serve citizens and fulfill their aspirations and ambitions through His Majesty’s call to parliamentarians to “on following what the government is doing in everything related to the management of public affairs in various fields, and considering the extent to which it responds to the real concerns of citizens.

All this is in the basket of strengthening the relationship between the throne and the people, and the unifying national unity, which His Majesty described as the relationship of “one body” and “a solid structure through thick and thin”. This strong relationship was manifested in the speech of His Majesty King Mohammed VI during the height of the crisis of the “Covid 19” epidemic, where His Majesty touched on “unforgettable scenes of cooperation and voluntary work between neighbors, with the elderly and families”. . in need, by distributing aid and providing support and instructions.” He also made sure to “proudly” record what he confirmed were “influential moments that embody the spirit of high patriotism, especially during the playing of the national anthem from the windows of houses, and the exchange of greetings between security men and citizens,” details that may seem simple to some, But it means a lot in a leadership relationship that lives with its people all the details of life and is familiar with these details with precision and interest motivated by strong patriotic emotions and awareness of the value of this great nation and the inevitability of accepting all aspects of leadership responsibility in such exceptional circumstances.

I was also impressed, as an observer, that His Majesty’s speech at the time was not just a celebratory occasion to boast about the achievements and list the positives and successes, but was governed by the approach of transparency, candor and openness to a people who reciprocated love, appreciation and pride, which he considered to be one of the most prominent features of the good governance of the Kingdom during the reign of His Majesty Mohammed VI. In the Speech from the Throne, an affirmation not without concern and a sense of national responsibility that “the consequences of this health crisis will be serious, despite the efforts we are making to mitigate its severity.” From this stage and benefit from it, and there – and this is the most important recognition of the existence of “a set of shortcomings, especially in the social field.

Among them are the size of the informal sector; Weak social protection networks, especially for the most vulnerable groups, and a number of sectors are linked to external fluctuations.” Based on the outcomes of this crisis, and the definition of the milestones of the road, such as “the introduction of an ambitious plan for economic recovery that will enable the productive sectors to recover, increase their ability to provide work and preserve sources of income,” and promised to pump about 120 billion dirhams into the arteries of the national economy, and to create a fund. A strategic investment whose mission is to support productive activities, “launch a firm process, to generalize social coverage for all Moroccans during the next five years,” and “generalize mandatory health coverage and family allowances, before expanding be to include retirement and compensation for loss of work,” and other measures A Minute that shows a high level of awareness, proactive strategic thinking and familiarity with the details necessary for the development planning that the Kingdom needs in the current circumstances , reflect. Since its inception it has been based on loyalty and the strong ties and ties that bind the people to the throne. It is a strong and inseparable relationship, and as long as it has been, and will remain, God willing, a strong wall of defense which protects Morocco and its people from the plots of plotters and the greed of the greedy.

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